Eduardo Toledo Jr. is the Lead of Content & Research for the Circular Supply Chain Network (CSCN). He develops tactics for a transition model for linear supply chains to become circular and leads the development of new global standards for circular supply chains. He also hosts roundtable discussions with supply chain thinkers from all over the globe to help educate them about circularity. Eduardo is currently seeking a B.A in Operations Management at Western Washington University (WWU). He has multiple years of leadership experience as a past the President of the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Chapter at WWU. Prior to joining CSCN, Eduardo was a research assistant for the Social Justice & Equity Committee at WWU which helped develop support systems for BIPOC students.
The year is 2030 and global supply chains are regenerative and profitable. This is not a farfetched idea! Businesses, governments, and other organizations are taking concrete steps to make it happen. This session explores the building blocks of circular and regenerative supply chain operations.